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"Multi-Family Millions" offers expert advice for investors who want to make the transition from single-family homes to more profitable multi-family units. Successful real estate investor David Lindahl shows you how to find troubled properties that are ripe for quick profits, how to fix or flip those properties, and how to re-sell at maximum value. With a proven step-by-ste"Multi-Family Millions" offers expert advice for investors who want to make the transition from single-family homes to more profitable multi-family units. Successful real estate investor David Lindahl shows you how to find troubled properties that are ripe for quick profits, how to fix or flip those properties, and how to re-sell at maximum value. With a proven step-by-step system for managing each stage of the process, this book shows you how to get started in moneymaking multi-family units?even while you work your day job....

Title : Multi-Family Millions: How to Flip and Reposition Small Apartment Buildings for Maximum Profit in Minimum Time
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ISBN : 9780470267608
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 304 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Multi-Family Millions: How to Flip and Reposition Small Apartment Buildings for Maximum Profit in Minimum Time Reviews

  • Douglas
    2018-12-01 17:04

    The best book on multifamily real estate investing that I have read so far. Lindahl is great at breaking things down into simple concepts and going straight to the chase. I would highly recommend that people read this book. One thing that Lindahl did leave out is that apartments is the safest product type in commercial real estate for the simple fact that people will always need a roof over their head and they will forego payments on just about everything else and rent is the absolute last thing they forgo payment on.

  • Public Speaker
    2018-11-30 12:02

    After reading this you won’t feel as intimidatedCommercial real estate is a 400 pound gorilla. It is very eye opening to find out that you probably already had enough money to get a multi-family unit at some point in your life. Chances are you will have the money again. This book is a great starting point but not the final destination. Essentially what you are dealing with are $10-$20 introduction books (by various gurus) which steer you to $500 courses. In the courses you get redirected to $6000-$10,000 mentorships.I definitely got value out of the book and I plan on getting emerging real estate markets but the level of specificity some of us are looking for would only be in the courses.

  • tomasz maslinski
    2018-11-11 16:10

    This one of very few books I actually read start to finish.This one of very books I actually read start to finish. I have been around real estate for most of my adult life and made plenty of mistakes myself. From my experience and acquired knowledge, David’s system is what you need to go to the next level.

  • Bryan Atkinson
    2018-12-06 17:00

    Excellent advice and content, heavy on "don't be a landlord" and, as the title relays, flipping apartments over the course of several months or a few years rather than holding them forever. The author is arrogant in his writing like most real estate investment authors I've read, which gets old.

  • Susan
    2018-11-16 17:56

    This guy is AWESOMEJust when you think the other real estate multi family apartment books you've read covered it all. You read Lindahl's book and smack yourself in the forehead because he teaches you a real world to reposition a property. Thanks David.

  • Doug Taber
    2018-12-03 17:08

    I chose this book not by title, but because it received such high reviews for a book in this particual micro niche of the real estate industry. This book had some solid fundamentals and great examples and stories of how to be successful in the multi-family investment arena. Unfortunately, there were a lot get rich quick type of statements that in my mind detracted from the validity of the content. I felt as if I was being sold.

  • John
    2018-11-17 11:50

    David has a very fun, conversational writing style. The amount of information covered in the book as well as the way in which it is all approached is absolutely great for a newbie like myself. I'd read all of one REI book before this one and feel like this blew it out of the water. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to get into the game.

  • Carole
    2018-11-14 11:56

    I thought it was great! It was well written and I learned a LOT! I have read over 40 books on real estate investing, and I haven't taken so many notes in a long time. He has a very realistic plan, very workable, and explains it well, with cautions. If you are serious about real estate investing, I recommend it highly.

  • Brandon Stapper
    2018-12-07 20:08

    Great book for someone getting into real estate. I really learned to think of real estate more as a business than a property. Buy a property, increase the cashflow, sell for a higher multiple. Great book, easy read with lots of facts from experience not just theory.

  • Chase Packer
    2018-12-07 11:50

    When I first started at Marcus & Millichap as an aspiring multifamily commercial real estate agent this is what I read. This book got me up to par in understanding basic multifamily strategy and lingo.

  • Roc Pilon
    2018-12-12 15:05

    Interesting perspective on buying multi family homes. Ready to close on this first one and apply the knowledge for another. Lets gooo!